THE ROCK GARDEN, Queen Street, Glasgow.
They did it first and they’re still doing it the best. So for the liveliest, no nonsense saloon experience
you’re likely to find this tar north of the Mason-
Dixon line, it's the Rock Garden. With an old pay phone. the Pabst Blue Ribbon banner and a county ordinance from Butland NY, the Rock Garden oozes authenticity. Lunchtime sees the downstairs bar serving a delicious range of downhome tare at a price to spare your pocketbook. With John Wayne, litesize on the wall and Jack Daniels. larger than Iile at the bar. you’re guaranteed an evening of
yankee doodle dandy.And atter-a-couple-a-glasses-
a-Stella you're not in Kansas anymore.
EDINBURGH FILMHOUSE BAR AND RESTAURANT.SINCECINEMA1OPENEOIN FEBRUARY 1982 THE EDINBURGH FILMHOUSE HAS DESERVEDLY WON THE REPUTATION OF BEING ONE OF THE FINEST FILM CENTRES IN EUROPE. WITH THE OPENING IN JUNE 1985 OF ITS BAR ANO RESTAURANT THE FILMHOUSE IS AT LAST COMPLETE — AND THE NEw ADDITIONS ARE
IN PERFECT KEEPING WITH THE STYLE AND ATMOS-
PHERE OF THE REST OF THE BUILDING. THE RESTAURANT SEATS 40. IS OPEN ALL DAY AND OFFERS AN ENTERPRISING MENU. AND A GOOD WINE LIST. THE ADJOINING BAR IS BOTH COMFORTABLE AND STYLISH AND OFFERS A WIDE SELECTION OF CONTINENTAL
BEERS AND EXOTIC SPIRITS AS WELL AS THE REDOUBT-
ABLE CASTLE EOEN ALE AND STELLA ARTOIS.
CAFE TANTALUS, 512 CHOW HUAD, GLASGOW. Sitting in the Cafe Tantalus you might be forgiven for thinking you were on the outskirts of Brussels, Milan or Lugano, rather than next door to the rail— way station in Jordanhill . . . To the locals it is simply ’The Cafe’ — a small, friendly, stylish
brasserie filled with light and enthusiasm. Its
owners, Stephen and Grace Giudici, go to great
lengths to Offer their customers the best Contin— nental produce, selected from their delicatessen
next door: Segafredo coffee, prosciutto from Parma, prawn cocktails as they should be made, with diced
fresh tomatoes . . . and, of course, the best beer
in Europe — Stella Artois.